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Henry C. Beck HENRY C. BECK,
photojournalism professor, 85

Henry C. Beck, 85, of Kent, died Saturday, November 6, 2004, at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland. Arrangements are pending. Bissler & Sons Funeral Home and Crematory in Kent is handling the arrangements. (RC, 11-8-2004) [Record Courier]

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  • Robert Krupansky Robert Krupansky, led May 4 Grand Jury, 93
    Robert Krupansky, the federal judge who ordered the state of Ohio to take over the operation of Cleveland public schools, died Monday. He was 93. Mr. Krupansky was assigned the desegregation case in 1994 and put the district under state control after deciding there was internal dissension, fiscal irresponsibility and lack of leadership by the elected school board. The system was eventually placed under the control of the mayor of Cleveland. Mr. Krupansky was named U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Ohio in 1969 and led a grand jury investigation into the Kent State University shootings by Ohio National Guard troops.
    NOTE: Other reports place Robert Krupansky's age as 83.
    :: Baltimore Sun 11/12/2004



    Ralph C.Darrow, 86
    Ralph Darrow / JMC Photo
    Ralph Darrow was a punster, a jokester, a teller of tall tales. And those jokes and puns and stories produced grins, groans and grimaces from students and faculty at Kent JMC for two decades. Now they're gone, and we miss them. Darrow, who taught public relations from 1967-1988, died Oct. 17 at his Kent home. He was 86 and had suffered a severe stroke a few days earlier.

    Contributions may be made to the Ralph C. Darrow Scholarship Fund. Contact Sharon Marquis for details.

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  • Former Kent Mayor Leroy Satrom Dies
    Called Ohio National Guard to Campus in 1970
    Former Kent Mayor Leroy Satrom died yesterday. Satrom spent 50 years in public service, but is remembered as the mayor who called in the National Guard during the Kent State campus protests of 1970. [AUDIO]


    :: WKSU-FM 9/09/2004

    LeRoy M. Satrom dies, Was Kent mayor, Portage County engineer

    :: Record Courier 9/10/2004